Dee Brown Library is nestled in the heart of southwest Little Rock and offers patrons a wide variety of adult and children's books as well as CDs, DVDs, and videocassettes. The 13,500-square-feet library, which opened in 2002, provides access to public study rooms, a meeting room, and an outside deck and boardwalk that lead from Baseline Road to the library.
People of the Library
Dee Brown was a novelist and historian. His most famous work, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, was published in 1970. Brown retired in Arkansas, his home state, in 1973, where he devoted his time to writing.
News & Announcements
E-reader Petting Zoo
Intimidated by the latest iGadget? Terrified of technology? Defeated by digital media? Never fear! Librarians from the Reference Department will be offering an E-Reader Petting Zoo at a branch near you.
Attendees will receive a brief introduction...
Terry Library is Having a Makeover
The Central Arkansas Library System's (CALS) Adolphine Fletcher Terry Library, 2015 Napa Valley, is having a makeover and will be closed from Monday, November 18, through early January. New carpet and computer furniture will be installed, the meeting...
Central Arkansas Library System sets Food for Fines dates
Shed unwanted library fines this holiday season. The Central Arkansas Library System is continuing its annual tradition of helping those in need by holding its annual Food for Fines week beginning Monday, December 16 and continuing through Sunday, De...